Amanda Bisnett is getting married this summer I have the pleasure of making her bridal shower cake and wedding cake come June. The cake above is made of 8 and 12 inch cakes. Both cakes are vanilla one has cookies and cream filling and the other vanilla buttercream. Cakes are accented with satin ribbon, fondant dots and fresh lilies.
I wish I had gotten a picture of the cakes and cupcakes together as they were a packaged deal...but it's too late now. For the future Mrs. Warner's bridal shower I made a quarter chocolate sheet cake and marble cupcakes both with vanilla buttercream. The cake also has satin ribbon and the cupcakes edible pearls.
Little Hesston celebrated his 2nd birthday. For the party he got a farm themed birthday cake. I used a two 10 inch rounds to make the base cake and then a house shaped pan to make the barn. The hay bales are rice krispies and the farm animals are non-edible toys. All cakes frosted in vanilla buttercream.
Birthday boy Cole enjoys Lego Star Wars and that is what he wanted on his cake. His mom sent me the picture you see on the cake as an inspiration. Her comment was that it looked the easiest. What? Easy? My suggestion was I just put that picture on the cake because it would be cheaper for her and easier for me and in the end would look much better than if I were to draw the characters on the cake with frosting.
Cole decided on Wolverine cookies to take to his daycare and school birthday parties. I was a little nervous making the cookies, but his Dad told me he recognized them right away and loved them.
I made this cake for a baby shower for a mother that is expecting a baby boy. The cake is made from 6 inch and 8 inch round marble cakes and is covered in fondant with buttercream filling. I hand carved the baby feet and bottom out of fondant.